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In this activity learners create patterns of hair beads.
In this activity, learners will predict the size of a giant scale model of a comb or other rectangular object, then make one. If you tripled the size of a dollar bill, could you sit on it?
This activity helps learners learn about math through a real-world scenario. Three friends are baking cookies for their school’s bake sale.
This activity introduces the idea of "divide and conquer" using a fictitious but serious problem--a pair of dirty socks has accidentally been wrapped in one of the presents that Santa is about to deli
In this activity, learners explore fractions as they help gators share pies.
In this math activity, challenge learners to make two equal rows from eight different paper strips. Learners can explore the many ways they can solve this problem.
Use this activity to build division and number sense into any snack time or whenever there is a limited set of things to share among a group: If we deal these out, could everyone get two pieces?
In this math activity, learners use problem solving skills to find a middle seat for Mary at the movies. Learners practice dividing numbers and identifying the middle of a quantity.
Choose a recipe to double (or triple, quadruple, or halve). Show everyone the recipe and engage them in figuring out: How much will we need to increase the recipe to feed everyone?
In this online activity, learners will brush up on their multiplication, division, and factoring skills with this exciting game.
In this activity, learners will divide into teams or groups of equal size. “How many teams of three can we make?” “We need an equal number of children at each of the four computers.